Kyle Wilkie on target again as East Fife beat Clyde
Kyle Wilkie scored for a third successive game as East Fife climbed into second place in Ladbrokes Scottish League Two with a 2-0 win over Clyde.
The Fifers moved above Queen's Park - whose game with Berwick was postponed due to the weather - after notching a fifth win in six league games.
Their opponents have been on a poor run, and were immediately under pressure as a lively Nathan Austin stretched the defence and should have put the hosts ahead only for good work by Clyde goalkeeper John Gibson.
Jamie Insall was the man to break the deadlock however, volleying home from close range after more good work by Austin nine minutes after the break.
Wilkie doubled the lead and secured the win as he swept home Ross Brown's cross after 66 minutes.